Central Sandhurst Town and Borough by-elections candidates

Tom Hemmings, for Sandhurst Town Council.

Anne Brunton, for Bracknell Forest Council.

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Tom Hemmings

Tom lives and works in Sandhurst in retail. This has given him an insight in to the effect of working long hours for low pay.

I am 23, and know what it is like to juggle paying rent, utility bills, food and heating, on a low wage. I am also studying for a degree at Ruskin College, Oxford, with some support from the union USDAW. I would like to improve the facilities for young people in Sandhurst and give our residents a voice. To make sure your voice is heard, I will hold regular surgeries to consult, listen and keep you informed.

Anne Brunton

Anne’s varied career includes working with the homeless, young people leaving care, working with people with learning and physical disabilities. She has a PHD and a post graduate diploma in law.

For the past few years I have been caring for my dad, which has made me aware of the pressures on health, housing and social care in our borough. I am keen to serve my community and ensure you get the best services that can be achieved. Please join me in this endeavour by voting for me. I promise to consult, listen and keep you informed.

Tom Neill

Posted by:

Tom Neill
Campaign Coordinator (North Bracknell)

Election Results

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(31 Seats) and Slough Borough Council
(12 out of the 14 Seats).

> Increased vote share in Thames
Valley Police Commissioner elections
(46% LAB).

> Won the London Assembly (12 Seats) and the Welsh Assembly for the 5th time (29 Seats).

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> 13 Labour Police Commissioners elected nationwide (3 gains from CON)

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